Introduction: The Political Economy of Great Works of Literature
By Robert M. Whaples
Classic novels, plays, and short stories engross the reader while sparking the contemplation of profound truths and enduring moral questions about how individuals should live their lives. The essays in our Winter 2020/21 symposium grapple with what great literature can tell us about the political and economic arrangements that make for a flourishing society.
|Other Independent Review articles by Robert M. Whaples|
|Summer 2021||Aquinas and the Market:Toward a Humane Economy|
|Summer 2021||Adapting to Climate Change: Markets and the Management of an Uncertain Future; Adapt and Be Adept: Market Responses to Climate Change|
|Summer 2021||The Spirit of Green:The Economics of Collisions and Contagions in a Crowded World|
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